Keystone Opportunity Center’s primary concern is the health and safety of our clients, students, volunteers, donors and staff.

Below is the current status of our programs. Please bookmark this page and check back frequently as we are continually adapting to this ever changing reality.

While the staff is working remotely, the best way to reach us is by emailing: [email protected].

  • Education
    All four High School Equivalency classes switched to online learning as the students in the classes continue preparing for the GED or HiSET subject tests in anticipation of the re-opening of testing centers. In early April, Keystone’s ESL classroom instructors, along with Keystone’s volunteer tutors, transitioned currently-enrolled students to online learning. Once this program becomes established, new students whose classes were scheduled to begin in mid-March will be contacted. Two of Keystone’s courses, Family Literacy and Citizenship, will pick up again at a later date. Students may contact our Education Department directly at 267-663-1001.
  • Food Pantry
    As COVID-19 continues to spread where people come in contact with each other, instead of making clients use what little funds they have left to drive to the pantry, to support the public health goal of everyone staying at home to reduce the spread of the disease, and to eliminate the need to have a large group of volunteers working together in the very small pantry where social distancing is simply not possible, Keystone has moved to delivering client bags to homes. And please note that the Pantry is not accepting any donated items at this time. Hold onto these items and donate them after the infection period has passed.
  • Fresh For All
    To ensure social distancing, Fresh For All will be canceled until further notice.
  • Case Management
    Clients in need can still reach out to Keystone at our email above, or by calling our Community Case Manager at 215-723-5430 x130.
  • Housing
    Keystone’s many programs which help those experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity, including Rapid Rehousing, Permanent Supportive Housing, Low-Cost Rental Units, and Community Case Management, are continuing to operate at full function, with staff working remotely. Clients can contact staff at the info provided when you joined the program, or email us at our general email box above. If you are currently experiencing homelessness and need to sign up for the program, dial 2-1-1.
  • Keystone Tenants
    Our affordable housing clients are encouraged to stay home, and are able to pay rent online by clicking here.
  • Administrative Offices
    Keystone’s offices are closed to the public, but staff are Working remotely. Contact staff through the general email address above.
  • Annual Banquet
    Our Annual Banquet, originally scheduled for Friday, May 8, is being rescheduled to Friday, October 9. Click here for more information. We hope you can join us.
  • Donations
    Please consider supporting the clients and programs of Keystone through these tough times by making a financial contribution here.
    We hope that everyone stays safe during this unprecedented time, and we look forward to seeing you at Keystone soon.We will continue to post all alterations to our schedules here, and on social media, so please check back often.